The 1967 National Football League Championship Game between the Western Conference champion Green Bay Packers and the Eastern Conference champion Dallas Cowboys was the 35th championship game in NFL history. The game was held at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin on December 31, 1967. The winner of the game would meet the champion of the American Football League in Super Bowl II. Because of the adverse conditions in which the game was played, the rivalry between the two teams, and the game's dramatic climax, it has been immortalized as the Ice Bowl (though it was not a Super Bowl) and is considered one of the greatest games in NFL history.
The Puppy Bowl is an annual television program on Animal Planet that mimics an American football bowl game similar to the Super Bowl, using puppies. Shown each year on Super Bowl Sunday, the show consists of footage of a batch of puppies at play inside a model stadium, with commentary on their actions. The first Puppy Bowl was shown on February 6, 2005. The puppies featured in the Puppy Bowl are from shelters, and the show contains information on how viewers can adopt rescued puppies and help their local shelter.
Let's Bowl is a short-lived bowling game show that aired on the Comedy Central television network from 2001 to 2002 after a brief run on several TV stations across the U.S. in the mid-1990s, the first three being Minneapolis-St. Paul stations: KXLI-TV 41, KLGT-TV 23, and KARE channel 11.
College Bowl was a format of college-level quizbowl run and operated by College Bowl Company, Incorporated. It had a format similar to the current NAQT format. College Bowl first aired on US radio stations in 1953, and aired on US television from 1959 to 1970. After a seven-year hiatus following its cancellation on television, the game reappeared on college campuses in 1977 through an affiliation with the Association of College Unions International that lasted for 31 years. In 2008, the College Bowl Company announced its suspension of the College Bowl program, citing increased costs and financial infeasibility of continuing to work with ACUI.
Margarita Bowl was a 1997 ninety-minute Television sports show which was hosted by Yasmine Bleeth.
The Rose Bowl Game has been a part of college football on television since January 1, 1948. The 1948 Rose Bowl was telecast in Los Angeles on KTLA. The 1952 Rose Bowl, on NBC, was the first national telecast of a college football game. The network broadcast both the Tournament of Roses Parade and the following game. After the 2009-10 season, ESPN had the contract to broadcast the BCS games, including the Rose Bowl game. When the BCS was replaced by the College Football Playoff (CFP) in 2014, with the Rose Bowl Game as one of its six associated bowls, ESPN signed a new contract to broadcast all CFP games through the 2025 season.
Chronicles the worst man-made ecological disaster in American history, in which the frenzied wheat boom of the Great Plow-Up, followed by a decade-long drought during the 1930s nearly swept away the breadbasket of the nation.
BBC adaptation of Henry James's 1904 novel. The Golden Bowl. Set in England, this complex, intense study of marriage and adultery completes what some critics have called the "major phase" of James' career. The Golden Bowl explores the tangle of interrelationships between a father and daughter and their respective spouses.
Swindon Bowl Concerts are a series of concerts which take place every summer at the Old Town Bowl in Swindon. This picturesque outdoor venue has the capacity to hold 1000 audience members.
America's Game: The Super Bowl Champions is an annual documentary series created by NFL Films. Its 46 installments profile the first 46 winning teams of the National Football League's annual Super Bowl championship game; each episode chronicles an individual team. A spin-off debuted on September 18, 2008, titled America's Game: The Missing Rings which chronicled five of the best teams to never win the Super Bowl.
Vans Bowl-A-Rama is an Skateboarding event held annually at Bondi Beach, Wellington and New York. It is the richest competition in terms of prize money in Australia and New Zealand and a shown live on Fuel TV Australia.
Highlights of the NFL Regular Season, Playoffs, and The Super Bowl
You're in the Super Bowl, Charlie Brown is the 37th prime-time animated TV specials based upon the popular comic strip Peanuts, by Charles M. Schulz. It first aired on January 18, 1994 on NBC, ending the Peanuts specials' 27-year association with CBS.